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I 1 ( { i i Valuable Fumllj Medlelne. 1 DR. GILBERT S CARMINATIVE ANTIBIUOUS PILLS, a certain cure for Indigealion tlie geu I avmptonia arising from B.liou, and Li.et CompU.nl.. "b.el. fere atte«»<led with more or less of the following •} ueiditv iu ll»e stomach, hearlbyru, heada
April 30, 1839 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
ACCIDENTS AND OFFENCES. DISASTROUS VOYAGE r»s ROBERT ISAACS NEW YORK. [extract of a letter written a passenger.] ship Robert lasses,

ACCIDENTS AND OFFENCES. DISASTROUS VOYAGE r»s ROBERT ISAACS NEW YORK. [extract of a letter written a passenger.] ship Robert lasses,

of Snvttiiii;ih, sailnd from Liverpool fof New York on the 2lsi January. The her ronlinneil fins and the wind fair until the let February, which commenced with severe gele from S.S.W., and heavy sea, which caused the vessel to labor much, and ship great deal water. From the l*t
April 30, 1839 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
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April 30, 1839 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
Premise*# WlTiny MILE THE CITY A.\D DOCKS. MR. W. W. SIM I’SON will AUCTION, al Mart, onTrESDAY, May il, Twelve,

Premise*# WlTiny MILE THE CITY A.\D DOCKS. MR. W. W. SIM I’SON will AUCTION, al Mart, onTrESDAY, May il, Twelve,

Valutblo and extensive PREMISES, adapted for any roa- nofactnrlnjf purpose, where spacious light workshops are esluated at the corner of Sidney-sqnare, between Commercial-roads; comprising, on the ngine-honse, 3? feet l3, with loftychiintion for boiler, and a well water; machine
April 30, 1839 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
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Our cotemporarr l«l week >» «'e">bl* aplutter about Mr vot» on Mr. Dl’Ncoiiai's araendtnrol, calling for further reform*, and cries out that the sooner more suitable colleague for Sir E. Fimaa is officially announced the better." . . , .. , Such cry at such moment can only be ta
April 30, 1839 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
E GAZETTE AND KENTISH COURIER.

E GAZETTE AND KENTISH COURIER.

FRUIT DUTIES. A deputation of Ih* following noblmnon. m.ioliera of ment, and gentlemen, waited appointment, on rreia) , in Downing-atreet. upon Lord Melbourne, and the President of the of Trade His Grace the Duke of Richmond; Lords Strsngford. Lisle, ond Sydney; the four Kent co
April 30, 1839 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
FAR yINGHAM COACH. / Winter HallamU, (S»» amt'&UMfr l» *• *«• HollaHß.i). ' 7 , - J •.■kilo in I

FAR yINGHAM COACH. / Winter HallamU, (S»» amt'&UMfr l» *• *«• HollaHß.i). ' 7 , - J •.■kilo in I

'3o* antt aumamfr •• -n- , , gEGS to infom bi» Fri«d. .nd .i„! 3 Proprietor oflbo nboro COACII. " nd ■in'*l tA mvrit eontiniHineo thoso faroro that l»are boelowed upon hie l«e Father. begs (o •Mute the Public, that pain* hia part •ball be to infiirfc ibelr eonrenieoee. .. —Theof
April 30, 1839 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
HENRY POTtS, Clerk of the Peace.

HENRY POTtS, Clerk of the Peace.

Parted% 'l4 the Royal Foxily chid the Notility. Royal British aerates and Liniment. Tiff: 111611 CHARACTER which these valuable 1 .Medical Applications have universally acquired, has them at the bead of the list of remedies for the rift of Rheumatic Affections, Lumbago, Tlcrloal
April 30, 1839 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
OuPariar Oak sarb.

OuPariar Oak sarb.

Oak sarb. FROM ONE to TWO HUNDRED TONS of sapedor OAK BARK TO BE SOLD, on sepia:atm to Mr. Ganooay, Land Agent, Adderley, °car Market Drayton.
April 30, 1839 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To Lee, enteral the DI of May Rest ALL that %YELL-ACCUSTOMED FAMILY and COMMERCIAL INN and POSTING HOUSE, cal ed

To Lee, enteral the DI of May Rest ALL that %YELL-ACCUSTOMED FAMILY and COMMERCIAL INN and POSTING HOUSE, cal ed

the RED LION, now in fall business, situate in the town of Wrexham, in the county of Denbigh, with 25 acre of Land occupied with it, lying within one mile of the town. For further particulars and to treat for the same, apply (if by letter, post paid,) to Mr. SMITH, Greenfield Lo
April 30, 1839 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England